What is an Air Scrubber and Why Do We Use Them?
Let the Professionals at SERVPRO of Clifton remediate your Mold.
What is an Air Scrubber?
In simplest terms Air scrubbers, or negative air machine, is a portable air filtration machine. It draws air from the surrounding environment and passes through a series of filters. These filters efficiently remove particles from the air to help improve indoor air quality.
Why do we use Air Scrubbers?
The goal of every restoration job is to safely and efficiently return the indoor environment to preloss condition for the customer.
Any job that involves cleanup of sewage, mold and or fire damage will generate significant amounts of particulates and odiferous (smelly) gases. These contaminants are a direct result of the damage itself, as well as the necessary process of treating and cleaning damaged materials. An air scrubber helps prevent these undesirable and potentially harmful particles and gases from remaining in the indoor environment.
Mold remediation projects can release large quantities of mold and fungal spores into the air. These indoor air pollutants can affect the health and comfort of occupants. Air scrubbers are equipped with multiple pre-filters for removal of visible airborne particles. The final stage filter, HEPA, captures microscopic particles and microbes such as fungal spores. HEPA filters can capture particles as small as 0.3 micros.
Think you have a mold situation? Let our highly trained staff remove and remediate safely and efficiently
SERVPRO of Clifton
Is Your Business Ready For "Whatever Happens?"
SERVPRO of Clifton
The SERVPRO Emergency READY Profile Advantage
As many as 50% of businesses close down following a disaster, according to the latest research. Of the businesses that survive, the overwhelming majority of them had a preparedness plan in place. Pre-planning can serve as an insurance policy aimed at peace of mind. And knowing you are "Ready for whatever happens" speaks trust to your clients and employees that in the event your business is affected by a disaster, they don’t necessarily have to be.
By developing a SERVPRO Emergency READY Profile for your business, you minimize business interruption by having an immediate plan of action. Knowing what to do and what to expect in advance is the key to timely mitigation and can help minimize how water and fire damage can affect your business.
- A no cost assessment of your facility.
This means there is no need to allocate funds, giving you a great value at no cost.
- A concise Profile Document that contains only the critical information needed in the event of an emergency.
It will only take a little time to complete and will not take you away from current projects. But it will save a lot of time if ever needed.
- A guide to help you get back into your building following a disaster.
This can help minimize the amount of time your business is inactive by having an immediate plan of action.
- Establishes your local SERVPRO Franchise Professional as your disaster mitigation and restoration provider.
You have a provider that is recognized as an industry leader and close by.
- Identification of the line of command for authorizing work to begin.
This saves time so we can begin the work of mitigating the damage which can save you time and money.
- Provides facility details such as shut-off valve locations, priority areas and priority contact information.
Having a quick reference of what to do, how to do it and who to call provides solutions in advance of an emergency so that during the emergency you are "Ready for whatever happens."
Are you ready to get started? LEARN MORE
Stay Safe Before, During and After a Flood
Prevent further damage after a flood
SERVPRO of Clifton
Take steps to protect yourself, your family and your home from flooding.
Before a Flood:
- Purchase flood insurance - flooding can cause significant damage to homes and businesses. Flood insurance will protect you from the financial burden.
- Protect your possessions - Create a file containing a list of al your possessions and important documents. Store them in a waterproof container.
- Prepare your house - place the furnace, water heater, washer, dryer and any other electrical components on cement blocks. (at least 12 inches above flood elevation). Make sure the sump pump is working and also has a battery backup in case of power outages.
During a Flood:
- Go to higher ground and avoid areas subject to flooding
- Do not attempt to walk or drive through flowing streams or flooded roadways
- Listen to the direction of local officials and stay updated by following local news reports
- If you come in contact with floodwaters, wash your hands with soap and disinfected water.
After a Flood:
- If your home has suffered damage, call your insurance agent to file a claim.
- Check for structural damage before re-entering your home to avoid being trapped in a building collapse.
- Take photos of any floodwater in your home and save any damaged personal property.
- Make a list of damaged or lost items and include their purchase date and value with receipts, and place with the inventory you took prior to the flood. Some damaged items may require disposal, so keep photographs of these items.
- Keep power off until an electrician has inspected your system for safety.
- Boil water for drinking and food preparation until authorities tell you that your water supply is safe.
- Prevent further damage by calling the professionals at SERVPRO of Clifton to remediate and restore your home
SERVPRO of Clifton ~ 973-928-3705
Is Your Vehicle Winter Ready?
Vehicle safety is important during winter weather conditions, especially if you have to drive on icy or snowy road.
- Practice your winter driving skills
- Change your wiper blades
- Fill wiper fluid
- Check tire pressure
- Track your tire tread
- If necessary, change to winter tires
- Check battery and change oil
- Keep coolant fresh
- Check you brakes
- Pack and emergency kit (see suggested items below)
Be Prepared this winter by stocking your vehicle with life saving items in case of emergency.
Winter Emergency Preparedness Kit
- Tire Chains
- First Aid Kit
- Battery Powered Radio
- Flashlight (With extra batteries)
- Jumper cables
- Sand or kitty litter